IAM and Zero Trust

Make the idea of zero trust a reality

The idea behind zero trust is that it’s never wise to assume trust, even inside the network perimeter. And now that remote work and the cloud are making the perimeter a thing of the past, it’s a more compelling idea than ever. But how do you go from abstract concept to security strategy component? With the right identity and access management capabilities.

Zero Trust

How SecurID Helps

Capabilities to establish trust

Capabilities to establish trust

Zero trust is about establishing the right level of trust before granting access to a user. SecurID supports this with a range of multi-factor authentication (MFA) methods, as well as governance and lifecycle capabilities to enable governance-based authorization of access.

Dynamic decision-making

Dynamic decision-making

Zero trust is more a way of thinking about access than it is a specific security technology, but technology is essential to supporting a zero trust mindset. SecurID risk-based authentication technology enables the dynamic decision-making required to establish trust continuously.

Alignment with the NIST framework

Alignment with the NIST framework

NIST has defined an architectural framework to support key tenets of zero trust. SecurID provides the identity and access management (IAM) components that are fundamental to working within the NIST framework, including risk-based analytics and role- and attribute-based access.

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